NEW YORK — “We want you to see the whole world,” a billboard advertising campaign from a New York-based advertising agency says.
The ad for billboards in five cities in the United States and Canada, featuring celebrities like Madonna, Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres, tells viewers they need to see it to see themselves.
The slogan, which translates to “The world is beautiful,” is a reference to the billboard campaign by American advertising agency Universal Media, which has a worldwide network of more than 1,000 billboards, including in the U.S.
The message in the ad is a common one in the advertising world: People who have seen the world need to come see it, not only to see celebrities, but also to see what they have been missing.
This billboard campaign has been in the works for about two years, but has gained national attention in the past few weeks.
The billboards were created by Universal Media in the New York City area.
A representative for the agency said the billboards are part of an overall strategy to engage more people with advertising.
“We are all seeing more billboards every day and we want to use this to reach people more broadly,” the representative said.
“We have more billboards in New York than anywhere else in the world, so it’s an opportunity to connect people with people and the world.”
“We believe that the world is bigger than the billboard, and we have a responsibility to spread awareness of this.
We want to share our messages with people, but more importantly, to help them see the beauty of the world around them,” said Adele Darden, who is also a billboard artist.
The campaign in the Los Angeles area features pop stars such as Jennifer Lopez, Madonna and Kelly Clarkson.
In London, the advertising agency created an advertising campaign for a national television channel, where the message is to “find your purpose and live it.”
The campaign, called “Life is the billboard,” uses the image of the billboard as a backdrop to explain that people often don’t see themselves in the billboard.
“It’s just a reflection of who you are,” the ad says.
“Don’t let the billboard define you.
Find your purpose.”